EA Sports predicts three cuts for Slafkovsky with the CH


The future is bright for young Montreal Canadiens forward Juraj Slafkovsky, according to EA Sports.

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On Wednesday, the company simulated the career of the 18-year-old Slovak on NHL 23 and the results have many Habs fans dreaming.

Drafted first overall in the last draft of the National Hockey League, Slafkovsky would lead the CH to three Stanley Cups during his career, in addition to winning the Conn Smythe Trophy, awarded to the most valuable player of the playoffs, at a reprise. Remember that the last Canadian Cup dates back to 1993.

In 1233 games, Slafkovsky would accumulate no less than 421 goals and 762 assists, for a grand total of 1183 points. This harvest would place him in third place in scoring in club history, ahead of brothers Henri and Maurice Richard, defender Larry Robinson and forward Yvan Cournoyer. Only Jean Béliveau (1219 pts) and Guy Lafleur (1246 pts) would have had more prolific careers than Slafkovsky.

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EA Sports predicts three cuts for Slafkovsky with the CH

This year, Slafkovsky has 10 points, including four goals, in 30 games in his first NHL campaign.

In addition, EA also simulated the career of another promising young forward, this time with the Dallas Stars.

In 1269 games in the Bettman circuit, Jason Robertson would find the back of the net 610 times in addition to being an accomplice on 801 other goals for a total harvest of 1411 points. He would thus become the leading scorer and the leading scorer in the history of the franchise, dethroning Mike Modano in these two categories.

EA Sports predicts three cuts for Slafkovsky with the CH

During his career, Robertson would win a Stanley Cup with the Stars, in addition to winning two Maurice Richard Trophies, awarded to the top scorer of the regular season, two Hart Trophies, awarded to the most valuable player of the regular season and two Ted Lindsay trophies.

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